Month: May

Maryville council approves summer activities to close streets

At the Maryville City Council meeting on May 13, the county fair and a summer concert requested the closing of streets and both were approved. The Nodaway County Fair will be July 11-13, and will involve street closures near the Courthouse Square from at 5 pm, Tuesday, July 9 to July 14. The Saturday parade

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Writer’s Guild to gather

The Maryville Chapter of the Missouri Writer’s Guild will meet from 7 to 8:30 pm, Thursday, May 23 in room 302 of the First United Methodist Church, 102 North Main Street, Maryville. Columnist Gordon Hill will present effective speaking for writers.

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Commissioner’s Minutes May 16, 2024

Presiding Commissioner Bill Walker called the meeting of the Nodaway County Commission to order at the commissioner’s office. In attendance: Walker, Chris Burns and Scott Walk, associate commissioners and Melinda Patton, county clerk. Walk made a motion to approve the agenda as presented. The motion passed. Burns made a motion to approve prior commission minutes

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Burlington Jct. leaders study increase to sewer rate

The Burlington Jct. City Council met on May 9 to discuss city business. City Manager Jo Anna Marriott gave the financial report, stating that all bank accounts were reconciled for April. The finances and last month’s minutes were approved. Foreman Hunter Simmons was in attendance to give his report as well. The water treatment plant

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Geography with Goudge

Men’s Volleyball Players, 2024 NCAA Men’s Volleyball has been crowning a national team championship in the spring since 1970. UCLA won their 21st title on May 4th, defeating Long Beach State. There are currently 28 Div. I and II teams accounting for 592 players. The per capita production of NCAA men’s volleyball players results in a

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Sisson Eek to become an all-inclusive playground

Nodaway County Services is preparing to give back to the community by funding an all-inclusive playground at Sisson Eek Park on Lincoln Street in Maryville. Director Mark Parra said the idea of the park is not to look like an all-inclusive playground. The point is to make it available to everyone. “We have been blessed

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